New York Times, Friday, February 22, 1991

Author:Arthur W. Palmer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { F J Z }, Scrabble score: 311 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Arthur W. Palmer has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
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1. Like George Apley : LATE
5. Word with word : CATCH
10. Certain cholesterol containers : EGGS
14. Oculus mundi : OPAL
15. City NW of Orlando : OCALA
16. Author Eliav : ARIE
17. Supermarket section : DELI
18. Eminent : NOTED
19. ___ voce (orally) : VIVA
20. Former supermarket employee? : EXCHEQUER
22. Pulitzer Prize poet: 1944 : BENET
23. Extinct German ox : URUS
24. Actor Kristofferson : KRIS
26. Crux : NUB
29. Defeats a bidder : SETS
31. Adjective for Cain : ELDEST
35. Exciting : ELECTRIC
37. "My Fair Lady" lyricist : LERNER
38. Town on the Vire : STLO
39. Barret or biggin : CAP
41. "Beetle Bailey" dog : OTTO
42. Spoil : TROPHY
45. Sheridan's Mrs. ___ : MALAPROP
48. Finn's pal : SAWYER
49. Prudish : PRIM
50. N.Y.C.-to-Boston dir. : ENE
51. Acclivity : RISE
53. "Gigi" playwright : LOOS
55. Run a meeting : CHAIR
58. Trial of a grouch? : CRANKCASE
63. Chinese warehouse : HONG
64. "Hec Ramsey" actor : BOONE
65. "___ Named Sue" : ABOY
66. Part of a foot : INCH
67. Unions : BLOCS
68. Shade of yellow : LIME
69. Painter Mondrian : PIET
70. Gives up : CEDES
71. Guazuti or guemal : DEER
1. Miner's strike : LODE
2. Peak : APEX
3. Mica of muscovite : TALC
4. A forefather of Samuel : ELIHU
5. Emulate William I of England : CONQUER
6. Kind of guitar : ACOUSTIC
7. Poet Nahum ___ : TATE
8. A Canterbury pilgrim : CLERK
9. Stung: Slang : HAD
10. Rain on the roof? : EAVESDROP
11. Beam : GRIN
12. Elasticity : GIVE
13. Membership : SEAT
21. Once, once : ERST
22. Irascibility : BILE
25. Bro., for one : REL
26. Hornets' homes : NESTS
27. Way out : ULTRA
28. In Hades : BELOW
30. Scaramouch : SCAMP
32. Among, in Amiens : ENTRE
33. "Dragonwyck" author : SETON
34. Simile, e.g. : TROPE
36. Make a true facsimile? : COPYRIGHT
40. Vernacular : PARLANCE
43. ___ apparent : HEIR
44. Parts of cents. : YRS
46. Elsa, for one : LIONESS
47. Needlessly : AMOK
52. Lycée's kin : ECOLE
54. Cooking direction : SCALD
55. Block part : CHIP
56. Tap dancer Coles : HONI
57. Utter attachment : ANCE
59. Cross : ROOD
60. Nicols hero : ABIE
61. Considerably : SOME
62. Witness : EYER
64. Eng. network : BBC

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